NCAA Football National Championship

Alabama vs Oklahoma. Clemson vs Notre Dame. One of these four teams will become the NCAA football national champion this season. For more than thirty years, I have been a fan of Notre Dame. I'm a realistic fan but a fan nonetheless. I'm rooting for them to defeat Clemson then take on the Alabama/Oklahoma winner … Continue reading NCAA Football National Championship

8 Years Ago in Vancouver & Whistler: My journal of life as a chaplain at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games

With today being the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Pyeonchang Winter Olympic Games, I’m remembering the opportunity the Lord opened up for me to serve as a chaplain during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. There was so much the Lord did there in Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. The Bible says this in … Continue reading 8 Years Ago in Vancouver & Whistler: My journal of life as a chaplain at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games

College Football Playoff Rankings — Oct 31, 2017

There is still a LONG way to go in the season, but my two favorite college football teams in ranked #1 and #3 in the College Football Playoff Rankings this week. Pretty exciting stuff. Go Dawgs and Go Irish! College Football Playoff Rankings on October 31, 2017 -- Rank Logo Team Record 1 University of … Continue reading College Football Playoff Rankings — Oct 31, 2017

Playoffs and Rankings

Two of my favorite teams are playing pretty well right now. The Georgia Bulldogs are ranked #3 in the NCAA College Football rankings, right behind Alabama and Penn State. There are many games left in this season's schedule, plus a potential monster game against Alabama in the SEC Championship Game in December, before the Dawgs … Continue reading Playoffs and Rankings

The Dawgs vs The Fighting Irish

I was born a Georgia Bulldogs fan. Literally. My parents lived in Athens at the time and my dad was a student at the University of Georgia. I grew up rooting for the Dawgs. My first college football game was watching Herschel Walker as a freshman. That season, Georgia miraculously beat Florida on a Buck-Belue-to-Lindsay-Scott … Continue reading The Dawgs vs The Fighting Irish

Basketball Camp in Montana: more than just hoops

My daughter and I were grateful to be part of a mission team from Hebron Church that served in Billings, Montana this summer. Along with teams from several churches across the USA and a dear brother in Christ from Zimbabwe, our teams led sports camps and Vacation Bible Camps for one week. The sports camps … Continue reading Basketball Camp in Montana: more than just hoops